I did a google search for him and noticed that he does graphics for alot of things but I have never heard of him. My expanse of eclectic knowledge does not include anything of him. Has he rallied before? It seems he has done some motorcross but that is all I have found on him.
Philip J. Boer [email protected]
I have a great idea. Since everyone calls it the media car, how about having 2 rally photog's in the car at various events in 2003. Not just Todd and myself, but all the rally photog's. I'll even pay my own entry fees. C'mon whaddya ya say guys. Please, Please. UH OH, the wife caught me. gotta go. Where am I going to put that shutter release button?????
Troy Lee is the number one custom designer in the world on Helmet. (F1, WRC, CART, IRL, NASCAR, SUPERCROSS, etc..)
if you see a custom helmet 90 % of the time it's going to be done by Troy Lee. Bell, Simpson, Arai, Giro have there helmet done by TL.The guy has a huge company, and is fast at what ever he drives, so don't be suprise if he win is class by a mile.
There are quite a few P cars at LSPR!
and 2 or 3 will be competitive w/one another
It'll be great to watch!
(...not tossing myself into that bunch, my car's too damn slow! )
P class is the least expensive way to get into that sport...
and is what i recommend as a good way to get started to those who ask....
I have no regrets - even with the underpowered Roo...
best way to learn IMHO.
Jamie www.subiegalracing.com www.subiegal.com
Yay Jamie, you tell 'em. Over here in the PNW we've had at least 4 cars in P class at most of the events. And that's "just" Club events. You must be from the East Coast if you don't have any P class competitors. Or looking at East Coast events! Everyone has to run Open or G5 if they "want to be competitive". They also have to run mostly National events!
P Class is the best way to get into rally cheaply. At least, it WAS, before all the mandates came down from on high....
>Yay Jamie, you tell 'em. Over here in the PNW we've had at
>least 4 cars in P class at most of the events. And that's
>"just" Club events. You must be from the East Coast if you
>don't have any P class competitors. Or looking at East
>Coast events! Everyone has to run Open or G5 if they
>"want to be competitive". They also have to run mostly
>P Class is the best way to get into rally cheaply. At
>least, it WAS, before all the mandates came down from on
>Good luck at LSPR, Jamie!
It will be at least 5 next year when I finally get off my behind and race again. I guess it would help to have the car done first though.
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